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Making Sense of Hate—Why People Don’t Understand You
Whether you knew you were doing it or not, in that explosive conversation you were employing an ancient mode of reasoning known as “two-valued logic.”
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My Ph.D. in Hate: A Scientologist STANDs Against Bigotry
I know a lot about hate. Unfortunately, I’ve had way too much experience with intolerance and bigotry. I’m an expert in it. You’d think that perhaps I grew up in the Jim Crow South or some war-torn nation in the Middle East.
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My Seasonal Pilgrimage: Coming Together, Coming Home
No one’s religion was cause for offense. No difference in color, social standing, job or education impacted the way we interacted.
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Never Again—For Anyone
When I was a kid in the 70’s, I went to Sunday school at my synagogue. We did arts, crafts, sang songs and learned about Judaism. But the lessons weren’t always fun and games. We studied Jewish history, which was often wrought with persecution.
New York Magazine’s Kerry Howley Should Know Better
Times change, modes change, targets change, but hatred and marginalization manage to find their outlets. Kerry Howley’s article is proof.
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No, Laura Loomer: Jews Aren’t Bigots
It seems like religion is always at the forefront of so many unnecessary upsets, especially on social media. Recently, New York fell victim to another terror attack where an ISIS extremist drove into a group of pedestrians, killing several and injuring many more.
Obsessed with Hate: Disgraced Reporter Yashar Ali Tries to Make Bigotry Look Humanitarian
In 2021, Ali described that his goal with the Scientology religion was “to have the whole thing shut down.”
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On Advice Not to Love, From Unhappy People
As time went on and more people criticized others in my presence, I started worrying more and more about what others thought of me. After all, the persons being criticized had no idea they were sinning so dramatically. If they were blissfully clueless of their wild indiscretions, how could I know if I ever was accidentally committing some?
On Hollis Jane Andrews’ Anti-Scientology Discrimination
It never ceases to amaze me that some grown adults starve so much for attention that they stoop to grade-school-level gossip just to get some thumbs-ups and fake-internet-points, even if it means engaging in openly demeaning and broadly discriminatory speech. But on my Monday morning, checking social media after a wonderful weekend outdoor with my family, I got a face full of pratty, bigoted nonsense by just such an attention-starved individual.
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On Religious Freedom Day, Let’s Honor Each Other’s Beliefs
This day reminds us that the right to believe in what we choose is an inherent human right. Whether you’re a Christian, a Jew, a Buddhist, a Sikh, a Scientologist, a Muslim or a member of any other faith, it is your right to practice that faith freely.